I would really hate for this to happen. Bunnie isn't making this choice rationally, she's making it out of guilt. She's at a critical juncture, and I fear that she's going to ruin her life by squandering a chance Robians have longed for. I can't imagine how her friends will take it, since this choice essentially flies in the face of everything the Freedom Fighters stand for. At this point I see no other course it can take (although you're welcome to post an alternative), but there's no going back for Bunnie after this.
YOU CAN WATCH A VIDEO PLAYBACK OF THIS PAINTING HERE.
that was my fanboy talking... but seriously: this pic just hit my heart..great work!
It seriously felt like he was saying: "Oh, some of you want her to be fully organic again? Well f**k you, that's dumb and here's why!"
Pretty sure Ben, the creator of Bunnie, would of entertained the idea if the show had lasted longer.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a cyberpunk-inspired game and takes place during the year 2027, 25 years before Deus Ex and 45 years before Deus Ex: Invisible War. Nanotechnological augmentations have yet to be developed, and biomechanical augmentations are the current state of the art. The player's character, Adam Jensen (voiced and performance captured by Elias Toufexis), is a private security officer with Sarif Industries, a leading biotech company that specializes in human augmentations. After an attack on his company leaves him horrifically injured and forced to undergo augmentation to survive, "the conspiracy begins." The player travels to several locations over the course of the game: Detroit, Hengsha (a fictional city on Hengsha Island in the Yangtze Rivernear Shanghai), Montreal, Singapore, and Panchaea, a facility in the Arctic Ocean. The storyline offers many different side-quests. They are all optional, but several of them add information to the overall story.
It's a shame this plot was denied a proper conclusion.
The amount of detail is astonishing from all the tools to the scenery to the robot legs.
And the expressions? Perfect. Need I say more.
This is one amazing picture. You sir have INSANE talent.
If not then let us hope a competent company buy the franchise and let's Flynn do that. Like Bioware, or Bethesda, or hell I'd reluctantly take EA at this point.
Flynn does good work but there's only so much he can do with SEGA's fat ass sitting on the franchises chest.
I'll send ya the link the second I have it.